Demonstrates recognition of clues in nonverbal communications and its use in therapy and interview situations. J.E. Finesinger and F. Powdermaker Topics: Body language, Psychotherapy, Body language, Psychotherapy
byBritish Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service
What Time is Your Body? (1973) A study of the problem of old age in relation to the family. Pictures a grandmother who lives with her son, his wife and children, pointing out the advantages of an older woman living with her family as well as the problems which arise. Topics: Circadian rhythms, Human body, Circadian rhythms, Human body
Breakdown Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary An authentic case study of a young woman who has a schizophrenic breakdown. Follows the course of her treatment first in a mental health clinic and later in a state hospital. Concludes with her discharge from this institution to complete her rehabilitation as a.member of her family. Topic: Physiology Of The Body.
byDavis, Gerald L; Shanagawa, Ernest; Jesus, Carlos de; Cleveland, E. E., 1897?-; Anthropology Film Center Foundation
Producer, Gerald L. Davis ; scriptwriters, Gerald L. Davis, Ernest Shanagawa ; directors, Ernest Shanagawa, Carlos de Jesus Topics: Preaching, African American clergy, African Americans, Body language, African American clergy,...
Animated sequences are used in presenting a discussion of the development and functions of various bones which form the human body and explaining how food and exercise influence the growth and strength of bones. We digitized and uploaded this film from the A/V Geeks Archives. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the footage and are interested in using it in your project. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: skeleton, human body
This recap of the year 1968 shows the end of the Surveyor Program with Surveyor 7's landing on the surface of the moon, testing at the Jet Propulsion Lab of various Mars landing systems, Antarctic research, the Pioneer spacecraft, the Orbiting Geophysical Observatory, launching of sounding rockets, the Radio Astronomy Explorer, the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, testing of lifting bodies including the HL-10, tests of the X-15 and its retirement, the XB-70 program, VTOL aircraft, jet... Topics: NASA, Apollo Program, Surveyor Spacecraft, Moon, North American X-15, Jet Propulsion Laboratory,...
Biofeedback:Listening to Your Head (1970) Traces the development of the human fetus from conception to birth. Charts, animated drawings, X-rays, and photomicrographs are used in showing the process of fertilization, the division of the cells, the nourishment of the embryo, the development of internal organs and the nervous system, and other phases of development which take place during the gestation period. Topics: Biological control systems, Feedback (Psychology), Mind and body, Mental health, Biological control...
Narrator, Lary Lewman; producer and director, Irwin Rosten; writers, Irwin Rosen and Donald Cooper; supervising film editor, Sidney Platt; film editor, Carl E. Ziebe Topics: Human body, Human physiology, Human body, Human physiology
Living chick embryos and perspective drawings illustrate early development of the amnion, chorion, yolk sac, and allantois. Describes amnion contractions, yolk sac folds and blood vessels, yolk sac withdrawal, and later interrelationships among the four membranes, including chorioallantoic membrane formation. From the Developmental Anatomy of Vertebrates series Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Uses drawings and photomicrography to... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Birds, Mammals, Animal anatomy, Animal body growth and development,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
1966, this rarely seen documentary "Today, Tomorrow and Titan III" shows the U.S. Air Force and NASA's activities and research. The Manned Orbiting Laboratory space station concept, put forward as part of an initiative to militarize space under the auspices of the USAF, is touched upon. Research efforts with lifting bodies (which might be used to resupply the MOL) including the M2-F1 and high speed aircraft including the X-15 rocket plane are shown at Edwards Air Force Base and the... Topics: Manned Orbiting Laboratory, paragliding, Lifting Body, NASA, NASA Dryden, North American X-15, M2-51
Made in 1966, this rarely seen documentary "Today, Tomorrow and Titan III" shows the U.S. Air Force and NASA's activities and research. The Manned Orbiting Laboratory space station concept, put forward as part of an initiative to militarize space under the auspices of the USAF, is touched upon. Research efforts with lifting bodies (which might be used to resupply the MOL) including the M2-F1 and high speed aircraft including the X-15 rocket plane are shown at Edwards Air Force Base... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Manned Orbiting Laboratory, NASA, NASA Drydena, North American X-15, Lifting Body, Rocket plane
Dating to the year 1964 before the Vietnam War was in full swing, but American advisors were on the ground, this U.S. Navy film presents a portrait of the nations of the Pacific Rim including Japan, Vietnam, Taiwan, South Korea, and the Pacific Fleet. This includes the First Fleet, the 7th Fleet, and various groups including an anti-submarine warfare group. A large scale amphibious assault exercise is seen at the 18 minute mark. Also shown is monitoring of Russian shipping and patrol of... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Cold War, United States Navy, Seventh Fleet, First Fleet, Taipei,...
Made in 1967, this Aeronautics and Space Report was produced by NASA. Just ten years after the launch of Sputnik, this film shows some of the preparations for the Apollo 11 moon landing. First, the Surveyor probes are shown landing on the Moon and making photographic surveys. The Lunar Orbiters are also shown -- 3 of these craft circled the Moon to create photographic maps of the surface. The Apollo 4 mission is also shown, with a successful test of the Saturn V rocket. In the wake of... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, NASA, Newsreel, Astronomy, Surveyor, Lunar Orbit, Moon, Saturn V,...
byIndiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
With guide, manual, and filmstrip Educational authors, Clarence Flaten, Theodore Torrey Summary Traces heart development in the early chick embryo./ia metadata deive streak stage to changes in the shape and pulse rate. Studies the effects of the development of the truncus, ventricle and sino - atrial region on the rate of the heartbeat. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Heart, Birds, Birds, Animal body growth and development, Animal body... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation